Do your kids want to play more video games? Do you want your kids to spend more time in the scriptures? Here’s a win-win solution!
When Levi Hilton was 13 years old, he created the video game, “Book of Mormon Heroes: The Servant of Helaman,” based on Helaman 2. A couple of years later, he released a sequel called “Book of Mormon Heroes: The Servant of Teancum.” This latter game is more intricate and scripturally accurate than “The Servant of Helaman” (because there is more source material). It generally follows the storyline of Alma 46-62.
Both of these games are based on RPG-style games made in the 1990s. They are designed for kids between the ages of 9-14, but anybody who likes this genre of game will enjoy them.
Levi was selling the games on Amazon, but as he heads out on his mission, he’s making them available for free.